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The Chalreston Silver Lady

This oval form brooch was a piece of jewelry worn at the neck of a closed blouse during the 1900s. It was carved in America, probably from a cow bone.   Many of you are familiar with … more

Tech Talk

Were you targeted by a covid scam? You may be soon.  The Internal Revenue Service Criminal Investigation Division warns that the latest covid scammers want your information and money. What … more

West Columbia Riverwalk beckons, even in winter

The Riverwalk has been described by Mayor Tem Miles as “the crown jewel of West Columbia.” That holds true in the winter, too. “The winter can be gray and rainy in South Carolina but when … more

Tech Talk

Have you installed the latest software updates for your computer and mobile devices? Here are a few urgent security updates you should install ASAP. • Android phones and tablets should update … more

The Charleston Silver Lady

This beautiful neck chain was made in France in the 1870’s.  It was crafted of French Standard silver. a completely different alloy than American sterling.  French silver remains rare … more

Age can't slow her down

What will you be up to when you reach age 100? Lets hope you're as active as Lexington artist Queenie Torigian. Mrs. Torigian celebrated her 100th birthday this month with her grandson David … more

Save your sanity

   Chronicle subscriber John White of Lexington last year subscribed to a local daily newspaper "until I just couldn't stand it.     "Then I discovered the Lexington … more

Honor Dr. Martin Luther King serving others

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Day is observed each year on the third Monday in January. In King’s honor, the Columbia Urban League’s Annual MLK Breakfast will be held at 8 a.m., Monday, at the … more

Beloved Riverbanks Zoo koala dies at age 19

Riverbanks' animal keepers already miss their koala Lottie. Because of their exceptional care during her time at the zoo, Lottie lived 19 wonderful years, zoo keepers said. She had a huge … more

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Did you know using stolen passwords can get you into legal trouble?  On Dec. 30, the Department of Justice said Ticketmaster will pay a $10 million fine for using stolen passwords and other … more
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